University of Tartu ranks 314th in QS World University RankingsLocal News
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- Volli Kalm reelected as University of Tartu rectorLocal News
- Prosecution to look into harassment at UTLocal NewsRecent weeks have brought to the attention of the public an alleged harassment case at the University of Tartu in connection with which two criminal cases have now been opened. Rector Volli Kalm says that the university's peace has been disturbed, and that public treatment of the unseemly end of a relationship between a male professor and a former female employee and doctoral student has damaged the persons themselves, university staff, and the school as a whole.
- Teenager becomes first minor to get lung transplant in EstoniaHealth
- Potential barrier against spread of HPVHealth
- Engineers want to cook spy dronesLocal NewsA defense industry development grants competition awarded financial support from the taxpayer to the visions of four companies. The realization of these visions would result in a unique solution for blinding camera drones, voice guidance for a pocket tank, eavesdropping on enemy communications, and a super-economical battery.
- ESTCube team makes first contract for building space camerasLocal NewsESTCube-1, Estonia’s first satellite to be sent to the Earth’s orbit in cooperation with the University of Tartu, Tartu Observatory and other research institutions, took images of such excellent quality, as experts say, that now the Tartu researchers are getting first orders from the space industry. In January 2017 the first custom-made space camera will be mounted to the students’ satellite of the European Space Agency.
- University of Tartu ranks record high among world's best universitiesLocal News
- Tallinn to increasingly speak Russian 1Local NewsIn 2000–2011, largest numbers of Estonians in Tallinn moved to Pelgulinn, Kalamaja and Pääsküla. Regarding Russians, they were most inclined to go live in Laagna, Mustakivi and Väike-Õismäe city districts. Among the suburbs, Estonians overwhelmingly looked towards Viimsi while Russians resettled in Maardu. Among those who left Tallinn, Estonians spread all over Estonia and Russians firstly chose East-Viru County, industrial towns and Tartu.
- A genuine nationalist or a laborious landlord?Local News
- For archaeologists, Lake Peipsi emerges as goldmineCulture«The entire edge of Peipsi is filled with them!» yells University of Tartu lab archaeology professor Aivar Kriiska, excited about toil by archaeologists Maili Roio and Andri Baburin since 2012 yielding items at Lake Peipsi dating back thousands of years. All in all, ten settlement areas have been mapped by Ms Roio.
- Erring doctors deprived of right to work in FinlandHealth
- Cash lacking to explore Hiiumaa's coralsLocal News
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- Editorial: how to restore sense of security in society?Opinion
- Every third offender a drug addictLocal News
- The dark side of the tough guysLocal News
- Editorial: careless careOpinion
- National language giving ground to RussianEconomy
- Centre sees potential benefits in cooperation with party of PutinLocal NewsEarlier, Centre Party has repeatedly promised to vote over continued cooperation with United Russia. At its assembly this Saturday, they did not. The issue was indeed up for discussion, but vice chairman Jaanus Karilaidwho formerly wished the cooperation would cease is now of the opinion that they might try withing the treaty to seek something useful for Estonia.
- Sexually abused, the youth rarely see specialistsLocal News
- Work group to hunt elephants hindering economy of Estonia Prime Minister sets sights on catching up with Nordics, no deadlineEconomy
- The dark side of Estonian science: paid articles in trashy magazinesLocal News
- Tallinn views lead to great discoveryCulture
- Finnish professor: Putin is seeking cooperationOpinion
- Editorial: compensation for Soviet damages again tabledOpinionTalking about damages caused for the occupation, thought go towards human lives being destroyed even as we write this, in Ukraine, due to activities by Kremlin. To mainly Russian-speaking people, vast material damage has been caused and the environment devastated. Regrettably, the powers that be at Kremlin have failed to learn the lessons of history that slaughter of people and destruction of assets comes with a price - potentially to be paid by them and their nation.
- Editorial: hey, keep on eating everybody!OpinionMighty these days is the torrent of information. Whatever we pick out and apply, is our own business. let's read wisely and avoid adding what isn't there. The health development institute guidelines are just that - guidelines and no commandments. Meanwhile, seeing the agency is competent, why not stop and think daily diet over.
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- Editorial: our symbolic treasureOpinionAs times go by, historic cultural treasures increase in value, both as assets and emotionally. In disputes between the nations, they evolve into a kind of symbolic metric and in the remarks around their ownership the current temperature of relations between the states is seen and felt. Likewise with an art collection taken to Russia from University of Tartu during WW1. While Fine Arts Museum in Voronezh celebrates 200th birthday of Otto Friedrich von Richter's Ancient Egypt Collection, we are still stuck with the centenary since it was taken away.
- The ranting dads and the rattled kids on the fieldsSport«Get the game!», «Boil the umpire!», «Pass better!», «Strike stronger!». A late afternoon at sports arena. The kids are playing football, «green» against «yellow». All are having fun and trying their very best. At times, they flop pretty bad which for beginners is pardonable. Flanking the field, coaches of both teams are encouraging the guys to enjoy the game. At the other edge.. we quoted them above, a bit. In the conflict of educational philosophies, who loses is the child. What did he do wrong? Nothing.
- Arabic speakers countable on fingersLocal News
- «I think they'll hate us!» — worldwide washing revolution stirring in TartuLocal News
- Soc Dems to seat Ossinovski, Hanso and Liisa Oviir in governmentLocal News
- Paper proposes paid higher education in EnglishLocal News
- University of Tartu seeks to swallow three institutesLocal NewsDespite the sleepiness of summer, employees at the Institute of the Estonian Language (EKI) are deeply disturbed that their institution – a bastion to defend and develop the native tongue – is in danger of takeover by University of Tartu (TÜ) as approved by the very Ministry of Education and Research.